Wed. Oct 5th, 2022

Service company Aitino Maaz (CEO Kim Sung-jin) announced on the 18th that it will open a donation fund-linked blockchain platform “Dream Button” after being selected as the “2022 Private Blockchain Pilot Project” organized by the Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) and the Ministry of Science and ICT.

As a main business operator, the company formed a consortium with World Vision (Chairman Cho Myoung-hwan), Woori F.I.S (CEO Ko Jung-hyun), and Woori Asset Management (CEO Choi Young-kwon) to support the blockchain pilot project.

The 2022 Blockchain Pilot Project aims to find a business that can expect the effect of introducing blockchain technology in terms of public sentiment, work efficiency, and data reliability using blockchain.

“Dream Button” is the first platform in Korea that combines IT, finance, and non-profit organizations (NGOs). Blockchain technology can be applied to the management of donations and beneficiaries, and valuable donations can be operated transparently. In particular, it plans to develop into a donation fund platform that presents differentiated donation experiences and transparency and tracking of donation culture under the slogan “Even if protection ends, dreams must continue.”

Earlier on the 15th, ITINOMAZ signed a business agreement with companies such as World Vision, Woori F.I.S., and Woori Asset Management to manage good finance and transparent donations and beneficiaries at World Vision headquarters.

“We expect blockchain technology to play a positive role in the spread of the donation culture by meeting finance and donations and being used to spread transparent donation culture and protect donor rights,” said Kim Sung-jin, CEO of ITINOMAZ.

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